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here is my turn ahead the clock version of what hockey uniforms will become in the future.

Buffalo Sabres

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St. Louis Blues

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and the Detroit Red Wings. That gradient was a bitch to do in paint.

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That redwings one is wicked-awsome. nice job.

EDIT: You did these in paint?!?! :shocked:

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"That's Crazy"---Brian Fellows

Well I manipulated the logos' colors, size and angle in another program called Paint. net v. 2.5. Which is pretty much worthless except for those things

I put them together in paint and then resized them with the other program. Resizing is key. Do it huge in paint and then resize to like 25% and it will usually look pretty good. The red wings gradient I did by making a red box copying it, laying it over the old box and making its color slightly lighter(while still leaving a little bit of the old box showing) and then I repeated this a couple 40 times. Then resized the giant gradient I made and that's what I got. For The stars gradient I figured out how to do the same thing using the more advanced program's levels, but it is hard to see a difference between the one done with paint and the one done in paint.net. I guess what I'm trying to say is, I am SWEET.

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Very nice! Rotating the numbers on the Blues looks pretty cool.

Actually, that's my only beef with this entire project so far - the numbers are there as a means of identification of individual players first and foremost. It's hard enough figuring out who's who with easily legible numbers; incorporating such drastic design effects into the numbers renders them unable to fulfill their biggest objective.

Other than that, very well done. Super creative, and well-rendered. (bow) to you, sir.

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That redwings one is wicked-awsome. nice job.

EDIT: You did these in paint?!?! :shocked:

thatscrazy2.jpg

"That's Crazy"---Brian Fellows

Well I manipulated the logos' colors, size and angle in another program called Paint. net v. 2.5. Which is pretty much worthless except for those things

I put them together in paint and then resized them with the other program. Resizing is key. Do it huge in paint and then resize to like 25% and it will usually look pretty good. The red wings gradient I did by making a red box copying it, laying it over the old box and making its color slightly lighter(while still leaving a little bit of the old box showing) and then I repeated this a couple 40 times. Then resized the giant gradient I made and that's what I got. For The stars gradient I figured out how to do the same thing using the more advanced program's levels, but it is hard to see a difference between the one done with paint and the one done in paint.net. I guess what I'm trying to say is, I am SWEET.

yeah that's kinda what I do. When I credit things to being made in paint, usually it's not 100% in paint, I use IrfanView to resize my images.

Still you did a wonderful job.

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these don't look futuristic to me...

they look like what we all thought in 1993, uniforms in 2006 would look like :)

they've got a little too much toronto raptors-expansion vibe to them, for me.

but they're creative, and fun to look at. i just don't want to see them on the ice.

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